“Four Roads Cross” is an amazing capstone to Max Gladstone’s ‘Craft Sequence.’ I’d be hard pressed to praise it enough for its elegance, ingenuity, and style. Magic, politics, complicated relationships, plots and counterplots, and a courtroom drama that i... ‘The Stars Askew’ was a book I was nervous about picking up, probably because I could remember almost nothing about the previous volume. (Seriously, I remembered that there were philosophical minotaurs, and something about a city filled with water; those ... ‘Ninefox Gambit’ was really enjoyable – I’d almost been scared off by some reviews I’d seen talking about the complexity of the science and setting of the story, which would have been a shame. The Calendrical science is certainly complex, but nothing hing... ‘The Obelisk Gate’ is an amazing sequel, made extra enjoyable because it brings a whole new set of virtues to the table. ‘The Fifth Season’ was a book about breaking; breaking the world most obviously, but also about breaking people - physically, mentally... Volume three of West Wind Brigade; still really enjoying this manga. The only complaint I might have is that the back half of the volume really leans heavily on you having read the original Log Horizon, and knowing what’s going on in other places at the s... ‘Ninth City Burning’ is an ARC I picked up of a new book series starting this September. It’s fun, very readable, and very, very anime. (Or any episodic teen television, probably.) This isn’t a knock against it so much as a recognition that there’s a cert... This is my other cat; she's about six, and I just adopted her this summer, but she's already fitting in well. As an introduction, have some pictures of my cats. Or rather, a picture, since I can only see to add one at a time? This is Sophia -- she's approximately five years old; I adopted her from the local shelter three years ago.